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NBC
Sep 11, 2010 12:35am EDT
us next. come on back. [ applause ] pepsi max, please. ♪ why can't we be friends? good song. great song. ♪ why can't we be friends? so, pepsi max has zero calories, huh? yep. ♪ how many calories? zero? zero? zero. ♪ what are you doing? youtube. oh. ♪ why can't we be friends? ♪ why can't we be friends? [ male announcer ] pepsi max. zero calories, maximum pepsi taste. dove clinical protection. at last, prescription-strength wetness protection, beautified with dove moisturizers... and cool fragrances. dove clinical protection. where beautiful girls find strength. where the sun's so hot it rains fire. and then you gotta eat the flame. [ male announcer ] subway fiery footlong subs. the bold-acious new turkey jalapeño melt and buffalo chicken. subway. eat bold! ♪ a day once dawned ♪ ♪ and it was beautiful ♪ ♪ so, look, see the sights ♪ that you learned [ male announcer ] at&t covers 97% of all americans. at&t. rethink possible. buy a pantech messaging phone like the impact, and get a pantech messaging phone free after mail-in rebate. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >>
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 10:00pm EDT
a pepsi so bad. >> reporter: day reached the feeding center of her brain. most miraculously, doctors are literally controlling carol's stomach through her brain. >> i feel like i'm getting indy jegs. >> are you? >> yeah. >> okay. >> i feel lime i'm going to vomit. i'm hot. >> my whole body's hot. >> is that getting worse or about the same? >> i'm better, yeah, i'm better. it's getting better. >> it is? >> i'm going to be all right. >> i guarantee you will be all right. >> they were at that point in my brain that was controlling burping or vomiting. he had to know where that brain cell was to do that. you know how when you have to burp? it's coming up into my throat. >> reporter: she fluctuates between feelings of nausea and normality. doctors found their target. >> i did get sick a few times. it would go away. >> it was really pretty neat to make the brain do what you want it to do. >> it's pretty much gone. yeah, much better. >> better? >> good. >> reporter: dr. whiting is ecstatic. >> it's kind of like scoring a touchdown. it's exactly what we wanted to get with the location and th
NBC
Sep 9, 2010 12:35am EDT
friends? so, pepsi max has zero calories, huh? yep. ♪ how many calories? zero? zero? zero. ♪ what are you doing? youtube. oh. ♪ why can't we be friends? ♪ why can't we be friends? [ male announcer ] pepsi max. zero calories, maximum pepsi taste. dove clinical protection. at last, prescription-strength wetness protection, beautified with dove moisturizers... and cool fragrances. dove clinical protection. where beautiful girls find strength. with the most locations in the dc area, we figured they could use our help. ♪ down a bit. too much. [ crowd cheering ] [ grunts ] [ garth ] capital one bank. now with the most branches and atms in the dc area. what's in your wallet? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> are we are back with the great elijah wood. and we are going to play a game. it's called "stump." now, last time you were on the show, you told me about this fun game you were playing in vermont called "stump." >> stump. >> jimmy: yeah, so we had to get a crack at it. we had to get a stump. >> i'm so glad. this is going to be a first on air. it's very exciting. >> jimmy: basically, di
CNN
Sep 7, 2010 7:00pm EDT
it end? do the politicians have to take part in eating deep fried pepsi? how do you get the pepsi in there? would you, john king, have deep fried beer? i know you're a beer drinker. >> wow, the minnesota state fair they had beer on a stick. i'm not kidding you. beer on a stick. i had one. deep fried pepsi, i'm not sure how they make that. >> reporter: butter on a stick?
NBC
Sep 9, 2010 12:35am PDT
can't we be friends? so, pepsi max has zero calories, huh? yep. ♪ how many calories? zero? zero? zero. ♪ what are you doing? youtube. oh. ♪ why can't we be friends? ♪ why can't we be friends? [ male announcer ] pepsi max. zero calories, maximum pepsi taste. dove clinical protection. at last, prescription-strength wetness protection, beautified with dove moisturizers... and cool fragrances. dove clinical protection. where beautiful girls find strength. but what were the results? fact: brown promised to improve schools. but the drop out rate increased 50%, and the state had to take over the schools. fact: the city controller found employees paid for 22,000 hours... they never worked. fact: brown promised to cut crime. but murders doubled, making oakland the 4th most dangerous city in america. jerry brown. he just can't deliver the results california needs now. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> are we are back with the great elijah wood. and we are going to play a game. it's called "stump." now, last time you were on the show, you told me about this fun game you were playing in vermon
ABC
Sep 28, 2010 5:00am PDT
are one people [ female announcer ] when you choose pepsi, you support the pepsi refresh project. which is giving away millions of dollars to refresh communities across america. ♪ one, one, one people [ female announcer ] so choose pepsi. ♪ one tribe, y'all [ female announcer ] every pepsi refreshes the world. ♪ one, one, one people ♪ >>> we're starting with a live look from downtown san francisco and the fact no clouds. sea breeze is still out to lunch so to speak and it's not coming back until tomorrow. another scorcher today. another day with poor air quality. i'll let you know. >> also this morning, a sleeping six-year-old girl is shot in the arm after her home is sprayed with bullets. >> live in the news room, power failures and old repairs, could be part of the problem of the pipeline explosion in san bruno. what one woman called a possible perfect storm. next. >> details on a new accident westbound 80 approaching san bab blow -- san pablo road. >> another spare the air day. probably hot out there because two things going parallel. more about that coming up. i'm eri
NBC
Sep 8, 2010 7:00am EDT
morning we are checking in with the winner of the pepsi refresh grant to see how they are spending their money. you helped us choose a nonprofit to receive a grant from the pepsi project. all were impressive and the runners up got $50,000 and they are all going strong. >> the winner of the $100,000 pepsi refresh is the bay area food bank! >> the bay area food bank distributed over 200,000 pounds of food to families to the mobile pantry program. many of them affected by the gulf oil spill. >> the recession was bad enough. this added another 10 or 15% to the need that was already here. because of the pepsi grant, we have been able to increase the number of pantry operations. >> the grant money will go to after school and child nutrition programs. >> getting them to stay and have a snack and get tutoring keeps them from being in the neighborhood and maybe having a problem. >> the bay area food bank was not the only winner. project surf cam, gateway greening and urban artworks received a $50,000 grant from the pepsi refresh project. >> thank you. >> this is definitely one of the things
NBC
Sep 3, 2010 5:00am PDT
coast. a live report from north carolina coming up. >>> pepsi is the last line of defense. see how a store owner used the soda to fend off a robber. >>> first an update on the search for a missing man that could be the victim of this week's killing spree. a live report on that. the kincaids live here. across the street, the padillas. ben and his family live here, too. ben's a re/max agent, and he's a big part of this community. there are lots of reasons why re/max agents average more sales than other agents. experience, certainly. but maybe it's also because they care about the markets they serve and the neighbors who rely on them. nobody sells more real estate than re/max. visit remax.com today. >>> developing news overnight on the killing spree across the east bay. the search for a missing man whose father was a victim will move now to a pittsburg landfill. that's where christie smith joining us live with the latest. >> reporter: good morning to you. hercules police confirm that they plan to have a very thorough search of this landfill a bit later this morning. they also put out a
FOX
Sep 15, 2010 10:00pm EDT
the highest level in more than a month. pepsi is getting back in the game. it will once again buy super bowl ads. last year pepsi skipped the big game for the first time in 23 years. chuck e. cheese is chucking more than a million chinese made toys. it's recalling 1.2 million light-up rings and eyeglasses. the government saying the kids are able to remove the small batteries and possibly swallow them. toys r us is opening 10 f.a.r. schwartz pop-up stores for the holiday on top of 600 temporary toys r us stores. that's business am i'm neil cavuto. business. i'm neil cavuto.   >>> this fox 5 stock market report is brought to you by your lexus dealer. live life heroically. ceusme i'm ahmed mady and i'm a homebuilder. ceusme my father brought me up to give back to society... felicia jackson promised her late sister that she would take care of her children. but she needed help. i used my american express open card to get half a million points to buy building materials to help build the jackson family a new home. well, i know if my dad was still around, he would
NBC
Sep 3, 2010 5:00pm EDT
crime. the man reaches for a case of pepsi. >>> indonesia's smoking toddler has apparently kicked the habit. a or the clerk uses an unusual weapon to fight off a robber. and a fan take-down caught on tape at the u.s. open. we're about to do stories that make you say what? indonesia's smoking toddler has kicked the habit. his parents said they let him smoke because he threw tantrums when he was denied cigarettes. the video of the boy puffing away sparked international outrage and he was put in rehab. psychologists say he stopped asking for cigarettes after he was removed from his environment and introduced to more child friendly occupations. >>> a man with a 21 versus a man with a case of pepsi. who wins? a ft. worth texas store caught the acas a robber tried to climb through the window but an employee was arm with cans. soda. he started tossing at the guy, hitting him in the head. the clerk got away with $400. how did that happen? >>> and a brawl broke out in the stands of the u.s. open last night. it started when a woman told the man to stop using the "f" word. she said to hit him if
FOX News
Sep 28, 2010 4:00am EDT
and add new markets. >> pointing to the response of pepsi and other international companies, senator kyl said the record is clear when americans competes overseas, jobs increase at home as well but some democrats see it differently. >> what about jobs in our country? what about the people that work up this morning, unemployed in america, looking for work in this country, who could not find it? >> some democrats worry saying they fear it puts the united states at a disadvantage but the bill sponsors says it won't pass so for now it is a political statement, not law. >> thank you. >> stocks were down, the dow lost 48 and s&p dropped 6.5 and nasdaq gained 11.35. the federal government wants to monitor communication options available to americans and others. our reporter has serious questions about the proposal. >>reporter: amid reports that the administration is working to draft legislation that could give the government better access to your electronic communications critics warn that providing a special back door for the feds could empower drug cartels and terror networks. >> it is ha
FOX
Sep 16, 2010 5:00am EDT
in the it will once again buy super bowl ads. last yeer pepsi skipped the game >>> chuck e. cceese is chucking 2 million toys. are able to remove the small batteries. >>> toys "r" us is opening 10fao schwartz top up. that is on top of he toys "r" us stores. i'm ashley webster. calling more witnesses in the ken murder trial. >>> the issues they are having with the
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 7:00am EDT
anything, be sure and tell us. >> i sure could use a pepsi right now. all at once, i wanted a pepsi so bad. i said, can i please have a pepsi? >> reporter: doctors are literally controlling carol's stomach through her brain. >> i'm getting -- >> are you? okay. feel nervous or anxious? >> i think it's getting a little worse. >> reporter: she fluctuates between feelings of nausea and normality, a virtual puppet for doctors, who see this as confirmation they found their target. >> it's really pretty neat to make the brain do what you want it to do. >> that's great. that's better. >> better? >> good. >> better? >> good. >> and you in high definition... ...bam! it was like, "wow!" we had been cable tv subscribers for a brief period of time and had a really bad experience. [ male announcer ] why settle for cable? now you can move up to fios tv, internet and phone for just $99.99 a month, with no term contract required. the installation of fios was very simple. very straightforward. [ mr. donovan ] we have more choices. so many more high-def channels. and the internet access is fantastic. [ m
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 7:00am EDT
anything, be sure and tell us. >> i sure could use a pepsi right now. all at once, i wanted a pepsi so bad. i said, can i please have a pepsi? >> reporter: doctors are literally controlling carol's stomach through her brain. >> i'm getting -- >> are you? okay. feel nervous or anxious? >> i think it's getting a little worse. >> reporter: she fluctuates between feelings of nausea and normality, a virtual puppet for doctors, who see this as confirmation they found their target. >> it's really pretty neat to make the brain do what you want it to do. >> that's great. that's better. >> better? >> good. >> and you can see much more of "secrets our your mind," a one-hour presentation of >>> president's coming up thursday. but tomorrow, you're going to talk to mayor bloomberg, exclusive interview. >> i'm going to head out and talk to him. and we have steve martin. terry mcmillan. >> and dr. oz. all-star cast tomorrow. happy birthday. >> have a great day, everyone. >>> now the forecast certified most accurate by weather rate and maryland's most powerful doppler radar. >>> good morning, everyo
ABC
Sep 13, 2010 7:00am EDT
. we've been telling everybody how pepsi is awarding millions of dollars in grantses each year. this month, they're doing is, everybody getting a grant there is making a positive impact in the community. we want to introduce you to another recipient. for 12 years now, talented string musicians and pianists have come together for a very special experience for the credo music camp. 80 young people spent three weeks of intense study with world class instructors. they also give one week of community service helping at food banks, cleaning up, performing at nursing homes, prisons or youth centers. the $25,000 grant from pepsi will provide full scholarships to eight students from next summer's session. and if you agree with us and think there's not enough of this great stuff going on, you can vote for pepsi refresh grants. you can choose who is getting the money. logon to the website abcnews.com/refresh. >>> and now storms coming out of the northeast but it's go to come slow to get there. places like boston, some showers could pop up. but the numbers go down into the 70s it's kind of a coo
ABC
Sep 7, 2010 7:00am PDT
tell us. >> i sure could use a pepsi right now. all at once, i wanted a pepsi so bad. i said, can i please have a pepsi? >> reporter: doctors are literally controlling carol's stomach through her brain. >> i'm getting -- >> are you? okay. feel nervous or anxious? >> i think it's getting a little worse. >> reporter: she fluctuates between feelings of nausea and normality, a virtual puppet for doctors, who see this as confirmation they found their target. >> it's really pretty neat to make the brain do what you want it to do. >> that's great. that's better. >> better? >> good. >> and you can see much more of >> good. >> ai've got power pain more of can't mess with. (announcer) new icy hot power gel. relief that's icy to dull pain, hot to relax it away. and no mess. don't mess around with pain. man: we need a sofa. something i can stretch out on! woman: ooh... that will go with those lamps my mother gave us. or we could get some new lamps. or we could get no sofa. negotiating, eh? you got it! how about a nice home for our tv? how about doors to hide that drive-in theater? how about a c
MSNBC
Sep 21, 2010 3:00pm EDT
beverage association and they represent big soda makers like coke and pepsi. here's a statement they gave us -- do they have a point? >> no. i mean, my perspective on this is that sugary beverages are the lowest hanging food available to us. we know people can have as many as, especially teenagers, up to 20% of the daily calorie intake by these beverages. seems like if you can provide an alternative to these, that may solve a big part of the problem. changing people's cultures, what they want to eat, to me is much more difficult proposition. >> so, if you just don't make it available, you figure they'll do something healthier, like buy bottled water? >> yeah, but some won't. at the health center which i represent on this committee, we banned sugary beverages on april 1st. we also banned junk food. you can see me. i have a button on that says, no junk food. thanks to charter school, the organization that came to us and asked us to stop allowing their students to buy junk food in our vending machines. but for us, you know, the issue is like how do we get to people so that they change.
CNN
Sep 30, 2010 11:00am EDT
free of high fructose corn syrup. just check out pepsi's newest offering. sierra mist, made with real sugar. >> it's the soda nature would drink if nature drank soda. >> reporter: for all the bad buzz around high fructose corn syrup, a number of studies suggest there is no difference between how the body responds to it versus plain old sugar. in 2008 the american medical association said insufficient evidence exists to specifically restrict the use of high fructose corn syrup. but the issue isn't settled. the ama also encouraged further independent research on the health effects of high fructose corn syrup. we're here at princeton university because this is where one of the most recent studies, and a very controversial one, on high fructose corn syrup and how it's different than sugar was recently conducted. it's a study that involves rats. it was released just this year. >> our studies were conducted in a simulated soft drink. it was high fructose corn syrup in water. >> reporter: professor bart hoebl and his team of researchers gave a second group of rats access to regular suga
FOX News
Sep 9, 2010 11:00am EDT
$8 million a year for that sign, they've also done deals with pepsi, budweiser and met life. it's been a tough go for the nfl. the operating costs and building of new stadiums, not cheap. this one costs just a mere $1.6 billion, both the giants and jets, as you say, jon, share the stadium, they owe about $900 million each on this stadium. it's an expensive business, and it's getting harder and harder to find those corporate sponsorships. jon: i hate to tell you, ashley, but we were already in video and we didn't see the verizon sign behind you that they paid, what, $8 million for? now you're up there. there's supposed to be potentially labor trouble, right? i mean, the deal between the players union and the league isn't hammered out yet? >> reporter: no, it's not. and it expires at the end of this season. and the league is contemplating perhaps expanding the season, from one games to 18 games. that would generate some new revenue. the players say fine, but bring us a deal, and as they say, that deal they have in place right now runs out, and neither side, neither the league nor th
FOX
Sep 28, 2010 7:00am EDT
laurel and from the pepsi plant to the kenilworth avenue split. and out of virginia across the 14th street bridge, heavy and steady as you work to the southeast-southwest freeway. inbound south capital street, stalled car in the right lane. on sousa brick, stalled car taking up the left lane. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. >>> a judge is deciding if a police chief should be disciplined or fined. they found out cathy lanier retaliated against officers came forward to shine light on the practice of having police do security at gallery place in china town. but peter nichols is defending lanier and saying they made a mistake and did not violate the whistleblower act. >>> the brother of a dog owner tried to stop thieves from stealing his car by spraying it with gunfire. when officers showed up they didn't know who the victim was and they ended up shooting the dog while trying to arrest the brother. >> she shot mercedes. the police officer shot mercedes and had both of my sons in handcuffs and had the neighbors on the ground and hi to ask to go to the bathroom in my own ho
FOX
Sep 9, 2010 7:00am EDT
traffic slows from the beltway to the pepsi camp. let me take you into virginia. this is our big story. the remains of the bus fire on the outer loop after the robinson terminal. now traffic on the outer loop is able to squeeze by to the right to continue southbound on 95 and head in towards springfield. and two the left lanes now open on the this -- on the op in the direction of the wilson bridge. but stop and go leaving 236 and down toward the springfield interchange. rubbernecking and the brakes keep you slow on 66. and this has been with us all morning, this is the dump truck that lost his rear axle and that's why it's still sitting there on the ramp out bound to route 4. having a tough time getting that out of the roadway. state highway still there. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. >>> the president has rolled out his latest plan for the economy and $50 billion worth of road projects and he's in favor of extending the tax cuts to the middle class but excluding those who make more than $250,000 a year. republicans say now is not the time to increase taxes on any
FOX
Sep 7, 2010 7:00am EDT
headed south and 95 is jammed up out of laurel to the beltway. 50 slow to the city and the pepsi plant. 66, heavy volume out of manassas. slow through the fair lakes interchanges and after nutley street to the beltway. dulles toll road is on the brakes from hunter mill toward 95. that is a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> well everybody loves free stuff, right? kiplinger's personal finance is out with the fourth annual list of fabulous freebies and joining us to talk about it is doug harbreath. >> hi, allison. >> we do love the free stuff. what sort of goods and services did kiplinger look at? these are good ones. >> we search high and low all year long to try to come up with the best stuff we can. your money is no good here, but this is not just free stuff, this is valuable stuff that you can find online or if you pick up the phone, it's available in a whole bunch of places and very, very valuable. >> and on the list, we pulled out five, we like to do that being channel 5. so we want to talk about free car repair help. tell us about this. >> well they won't fix your car for fr
FOX
Sep 29, 2010 7:00am EDT
. no incidents south on the parkway. and then more slow traffic traveling from the pepsi plant to the split. 32 congested and the exit for nsa. jammed up at clarksburg before the pace improves. no change along 16th street, closed off due to the apartment fire this morning between park and columbia road. a lot of bailout traffic on georgia, 13th and 14th streets as well. and the inner loop jammed up braddock to 66, off of the greenway at route 7 there is a cash. and the crash at glebe road has cleared. that's a mouthful. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. >>> making headlines this morning, president barack obama getting involved in maryland politics. listen. >> i know this governor has made the tough decisions to put education, safety and job creation first. so stand with me, barack obama, in moving maryland forward with alley. >> that's a radio ad supporting alley's bid for governor in maryland. and the governor's ad featured the president. it's already airing in baltimore and it will hit airways near d.c. next week. o'malley hopes to beat been to beat bob ehrlich. and joi
CSPAN
Sep 13, 2010 10:00am EDT
confrontations with pepsi-cola and a number of other companies and sometimes yaf one and sometimes they didn't. they got national attention in the process and a recognized probably more than anything else that you could take on the powerful interests and sometimes you could win. they confronted the left on the campus. again, a tremendously important thing. professors tha were teaching, the students were not used to being confronted. the of the place all to themselves. surely there were some isi students but there were more cerebral and from time to tme probably russell kirk would come along or someone like that and give a talk. but yaf actually had debates, confrontations, they would set up things and even in the classrooms to challenge what the left had to say on the campus. it had a tremendous impact. it made the 90% of the students who really were not publicly affiliate of realize that there was another cause, another point of view, and i sure many of them became affiliated with that. and it certainly set the universities and the professors on age. there is a quote that i found fr bill buck
CNN
Sep 27, 2010 11:00am EDT
nuval but in a statement pepsi told us aeshgs consumers can make more informed choices through fact-based front of package labeling." general mills said "cry tia for nuval are not available to the public". >> why is there a pushback from the big food manufacturers? >> not everybody making and selling food really wants people to know the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. nuval tells that truth. >> reporter: junk food is big business for these big american food companies. as the nuval system is adopted across the nation will it be the end of salty, fatty snack food? >> i certainly hope to would be the end of junk food. >> reporter: that's billions in revenues for these companies. >> but it could be billions in revenue by making boater versions ever these same foods. >> reporter: and you know what? what's really interesting about this, drew, learning about this program, shopping according to those nuvals score, you see what a threat it could be to the junk food industry. a $26 billion business every year in this country. all of that snack food we all consume, and it cou
FOX
Sep 21, 2010 7:00am EDT
pepsi plant to the kenilworth split. traveling the inner loop, the 10 mile backup is from springfield up to route 7 in tysons. 66 jammed from business 234. the toll road from wheelie on route 7 slows from colvin run toward villa. that's a check of your fox 5 on- time traffic. >>> new this morning, a helicopter crash in afghanistan claims the lives of nine u.s. soldiers. this is according to several media outlets but not yet confirmed by nato or officials. it went down in southern afghanistan. this is the deadliest helicopter crash for coalition forces in four years. >>> the senate is about to hold a crucial vote today that could repeal the military's plan on gays serving openly. the vote on don't ask don't tell policy is part of a defense spending bill. stacy cohen is live on capitol hill. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and this issue is certainly drawing a lot of attention. don't ask don't tell is the military policy that allows gays and lesbians to serve in the military but not openly. that was passed back in 1993, when president bill clinton was in office. this repeal is par
CSPAN
Sep 9, 2010 7:00am EDT
could buy pepsi, coca-cola, microsoft, google, and you would have money left over. and now the stimulus, another trillion dollars. all those corporations, you could have bought and sold. $400 billion of that did go to the states to do what they wanted. another $250 billion -- host: all right, where are you going? caller: he is saying that the stimulus was not big enough. ok, we're talking about astronomical numbers, in same numbers -- insane numbers. government cannot pick winners. they've never been able to do it. if they went down, little banks closing this year and last year -- the would've bought a good banks, stocks and bonds, made more money for constituents -- host: all right, dr. delong. guest: two comments. first, tarp money. the u.s. government is going to get all but $50 billion of the $700 billion tarp money it committed back. $650 billion of that is going to be repaid. $50 billion is going to be covered by the taxpayers. $50 billion, $107 per american citizen. -- $170 per american citizen. that is not a very high price to pay for insurance against the great depress
FOX News
Sep 16, 2010 6:00am EDT
get back into the super bowl game already? what are you going to be doing? >> well, dorito's and pepsi have this wonderful contest, crash the super bowl contest where people make their own original commercials and then they're shown on the super bowl next february, which is a wonderful door opener. >> peter: yeah. betty, in the commercial we just saw the snickers commercial, how many times did that guy actually tackle you in the mud before you got a good take? >> actually it was just really one -- i got the laugh, but the stunt woman actually went in. all i had to do was step in it and lie down in this icy, cold, muddy water. it was not the most fun thing i've ever done, but we had a good time doing it. >> brian: could you describe, your career has been phenomenal. can you describe what that commercial did and how your life changed again over the last couple of years because of it? >> well, i didn't expect i'd have been invited to do the commercial, but i didn't expect it to air on the super bowl. and it surprised us more than anything. and so i think it eventually led to "saturday nig
CSPAN
Sep 12, 2010 1:00pm EDT
. there were confrontations with pepsi-cola and a number of other companies and somimes yaf one and sometimes they didn't. they got national attention in the process and a recognized probably more than anything else that you could take on the powerful interests and sometimes you could win. they confronted the left on the campus. again, a tremendously important thing. professors that were teaching, the students were not used to being confronted. the of the place all to themselves. surely there were some isi students but there were more cerebral and from time to time probably russell kirk would come along or someone like that and give a talk. but yaf actually had deates, confrontations, they would set up things and even in the classrooms to challenge what the left had to say on the campus. it had a tremendous impact. it made the 90% of the students who really were not publicly affiliate of realize that there was another cause, another pot of view, and i sure many of them became affiliated with that. and t certainly set the universities and the professors on age. there is a quote that
CSPAN
Sep 10, 2010 1:00pm EDT
with pepsi-cola. sometimes they won, sometimes did not, but they got national attention, and recognized that you could take on the powerful interests and sometimes you could win. the confronted the lost on the campus, a tremendously important thing. -- the left on the campus, a tremendously important thing. the professors and students were not used to being confronted. there were some isi students. they actually had debates. they would set things up in the classrooms, to challenge what the left had to say on the campus. it had a tremendous impact. it made the 90% of the students were not publicly affiliated realize there was another cause, another point of view, and i am sure of many -- many of them became affiliated with that. it said the professors and universities on edge. there was something said by bill buckley where he said a call even now, the world continues to go left, but even now, dumfounded professors are remarks in the revival of conservative sentiments in student bodies. call it was an extraordinary thing. in the long term -- student bodies." it was an extraordi
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